Mental Health Community Resources

Perkiomen Valley School District is committed to promoting mental health and wellness within our schools and community. We recognize that each individual has unique needs, and it is essential to provide resources to support the well-being of all community members. By raising awareness about mental health and ensuring access to resources, we aim to enhance the overall health and resilience of our community.

To assist individuals in accessing outpatient therapeutic resources effectively, we have developed a comprehensive How To document. This document serves as a practical guide to help individuals and families navigate private mental health and wellness services available within their area. By referring to this document, individuals can identify resources that best align with their unique needs, circumstances, and insurance coverage.

Together, we can cultivate a community that prioritizes mental health and wellness for all members. 

Crisis Contacts

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Suicide and Crisis LifelineThe 988 Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.Phone: 988/ Text: 988Link
Crisis Text LineThe Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from a secure online platform.Text: HOME to 741741Link
Montgomery County Mobile CrisisSupport is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This service is available to anyone in Montgomery County, including children, teens, adults, and families. There is no fee and everyone, regardless of insurance, is eligible for assistance.Phone:1-855-634-HOPE (4673)Link
The Trevor ProjectThe Trevor Project has trained counselors that understand the challenges LGBTQ young people face and are available for support 24/7.Phone: 866-488-7386/ Text: 
‘START’ to 678-678Link
Victim Services Center24-Hour Crisis Intervention for with trauma-informed crisis counseling for victims of crime and their loved ones.Phone: 888-521-0983Link
National Sexual Assault HotlineThis is a 24-Hour Hotline to help those affected by sexual violence. Phone: 800-656-4673Link
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) HelpLineThe NAMI Helpline is available Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. — 10 p.m., ET, or send an email to info@nami.org. The NAMI HelpLine is a free, nationwide peer-support service providing information, resource referrals and support to people living with a mental health condition, their family members and caregivers, mental health providers and the public.Phone: 800-950-NAMI (6264)Link
National Domestic Violence Hotline24-Hour Hotline is a support for people to reach out as survivors of abuse who may need assistance, concerned friends or family members, and some as abusive partners seeking to change themselves. Phone:1-800-799-7233/Text: 'START' to 88788Link
Laurel House Laurel House has a 24-Hour crisis Hotline for individuals who are experiencing domestic violence. Domestic violence can occur anywhere, to anyone, at any time. To ensure that victims have access to vital information and can speak with a trained professional, the Laurel House hotline has become a vital link for victims of domestic violence and their families. Phone: 1‑800‑642‑3150/ Text “HOPE” to 85511Link

Community Services

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Creative Health ServicesCreative Health Services, Inc. provides a connection to services within thier agency. They provide counseling, children’s programs, family based services, drug and alcohol services, intensive outpatient, residential treatment, case management, etc. Phone: 484-941-0500Email: info@creativehs.orgLink
Laurel HouseProvides individual counseling, group counseling, support groups, advocacy, children's programs, shelter, and more for those who are or have experienced domestic violence.Phone: 215-915-5125Link
Victim Services CenterProvides No-cost services for people and their loved ones impacted by crime. Services provided are individual counseling, group counseling, support groups, advocacy and more. Phone: 888-521-0983Link
The Center for Loss and BereavementProvides individual counseling, group counseling, support groups, children's programs for those who have profound loss and grief. Some services are free of charge and other services cost a fee.Phone: 610-222-4110Link

Support Groups

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Be Part of the ConversationProvides virtual support groups to families who have been impacted by addiction.Phone: 267-629-2214Link
Laurel HouseProvides virtual support groups to victims and families who have experienced domestic violence.Phone: 215-915-5125Link
Victim Services CenterProvides virtual support groups for victims of crime and their loved ones.Phone: 888-521-0983Link
The Center for Loss and BereavementProvides support groups for those who have profound loss and grief. Some services are free of charge and other services cost a fee.Phone: 610-222-4110Link

Parent Education/Supports

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Be Part of the ConversationProvieds peer-led interactive educational trainings to parents or guardians whose child, at any stage of life, has struggled with addiction to drugs or alcohol. Phone: 267-629-2214Link
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)Family-to-Family Education Program is a free 12 session peer program that is specifically for family members and friends of adults who live with mental illness.Phone: 215-361-7784Link

Community Group Counseling

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Wellness Resources

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